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Table 3 The development process of included instruments

From: Psychometric properties and performance of existing self-efficacy instruments in cancer populations: a systematic review

Instrument Task focus Method of construction Identification of items
Expert panel Patient panel Data driven Literature search
SICPA Various situations or to perform specific behaviors found to be difficult for cancer patients (e.g., asking for help from family members, discussing treatment options with the physician, feeling physically attractive) CTT NR NR NR NR
SUPPH Carrying out self-care strategies CTT Y Y Y NR
SEAC Manage illness behavior of advanced cancer patients CTT Y NR Y Y
SESCI Manage pain, symptoms, and function. CTT NR NR NR Y
CASE-cancer Communicate effectively with healthcare professionals and maintain a positive attitude CTT &
OTSES-CA Taking opioids for cancer pain CTT Y Y Y Y
CBI-B Coping with cancer at any point during the course of the disease. CTT NR NR Y Y
PSEFSM Perform fatigue managing behaviors CTT Y NR NR Y
SESSM-B Self-management activities of breast cancer CTT Y Y Y Y
BCSES Manage long-term issues after initial diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. CTT Y Y NR Y
C-SUPPH Carrying out self-care strategies CTT Y Y Y Y
EBSES Exercise when faced with barriers experienced by individuals with cancer-related lymphedema CTT Y Y Y Y
SMSES-BC Self-management of chemotherapy symptoms of breast cancer CTT Y Y Y Y
SMSFS-A Fatigue management of advanced cancer CTT Y Y Y NR
SESPRM-LC Conducting the rehabilitation activities of postoperative lung cancer CTT &